Garage Sale - Polished Driver Side Flathead Ford Water Pump-1949-53 Pickup/32-48 Car
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This is garage sale price because it was used as a trade show display and may have some light scratches. It is being sold as is pictured. Please see photos above.
This is a drivers side water pump.
Same great quality, now in show polished aluminum!
Original Flathead water pumps have always suffered from unreliable bronze bushings and carbon seals. They almost always leaked and even Ford manuals warned mechanics not to tighten fan belts too tight. The excess slack allowed belts to slip and lose contact with the generator and water pump pulleys, causing more cooling and power problems.
Speedways completely new water pumps feature severe-duty roller and ball bearings, close tolerances and modular impellers to provide maximum flow and reduce cavitation. They also have modern ceramic seals on a heavy duty 5/8" shaft, making the assembly exceptionally strong and more efficient.
Works with 5/8" belts. Includes mount gaskets
For 1949-1953 engines in 1949-1953 pickups or 1932-1948 cars.
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Q & A
Tim talks about a few aluminum radiators we have to offer.
Speedway Motors employee Pat joins us once again. This time Pat is talking to the Model A and Model T owners, specifically in regards to Moto-Meters and accessories.
Speedway Motors and Classic Trucks used an AFCO radiator in the ground-up rebuild of the Speedway Motors 1952 Chevy truck.
Pat gives some tips about choosing the right fan for your application.